Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Michelle Bello's "Flower Girl" Should Have Made More than US$1M in Movie Merchandising Sales
Michelle Bello's 2013 exciting Nigerian romantic comedy, Flower Girl should have made more than US$1million from movie merchandising sales of "Flower Girl" autographed T-shirts, scarves, travel bags, shopping bags, mugs, theme hub, etc.
The multiple award wining movie is listed among the highest grossing Nollywood movies. It attracted thousands of moviegoers to the cinemas, because of the popularity of the cast of celebrated stars of the award-winning soap opera, Tinsel, the beautiful Damilola Adegbite and Ghanaian Nollywood lover boy, Chris Attoh with Blossom Chukwujekwu, Eku Edewor, Bikiya Graham-Douglas, Patrick Doyle and others. Music by Joe Hogue and cinematography by James M. Costello.
Discover the multimillion dollar film merchandise industry that made US$251.7 billion in 2015.
The Transformers franchise made US$2.6 billion from the box office and made an astonishing US$7 billion from merchandising sales! That is why the Chinese Film Industry is now targeting merchandising as a new revenue stream to maximize the explosive growth of China's box office, currently the envy of the global film industry.
Nollywood merchandising sales will be worth more than US$1 billion from the souvenirs, film tourism promos of the tourist attractions of film locations in Nollywood like Tunde Kelani's ARUGBA based on the annual Osun Osogbo festival on the location of the Osun-Osogbo Sacred Grove, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Discover more at the first annual Focus On Nollywood (FON) @ FOCUS 2017, December 5-6, London, UK